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Event Calendar & Ticketing

A full-featured super-powerful event calendar solution for everyone. Go pro and sell tickets. Jump for joy :-)

How do I get support?

For support contact us directly via the Contact form on IgniteWoo.com. Contacting us directly gets you a faster response, we don't have a lot of time available to check the WordPress support forums. Note that we do publish a support phone number on our Web site, however phone support is only available for our paid plugins.

How do I report a bug?

Same as a above, contact us directly

How do I embed a calendar using a shortcode?

Simply insert [ignitewoo_events_calendar] into any post or page where you want to the calendar to appear.

Alternatively, if you're using our WooEvents Pro plugin you can add parameters to the shortcode for displaying simple events, or ticket-related events, or both:

Display a calendar that only shows events:

[events_calendar type="events"]

Display a calendar that only shows events with tickets

[events_calendar type="tickets"]

Display a calendar with simple events and ticket-related events

[events_calendar type="both"]

WooEvents Pro ONLY: Display a calendar with ticket-related events from a specific product category, such as "Gold". Notice that the cat="gold" in the shortcode example below has lower case "gold" - this is the category slug. If you category name is "Gold Rings" then the slug would be "gold-rings". The cat parameter expects a single category slug. You can find the slugs by reviewing your product categories.

[events_calendar type="tickets" cat="gold"]

How do I embed the event details using a shortcode?

Use the shortcode [event_details]

Can you add a new feature for me?

It's certainly possible! Contact us and tell us what feature you're looking for.

How do I customize the event information template?

Copy the file templates/ignitewoo-event-details-template.php into your theme directory into a subdirectory called "ignitewoo_events". Example: Copy templates/ignitewoo-event-details-template.php to wp-content/themes/YOUR-THEME-DIR/ignitewoo_events/ignitewoo-event-details-template.php

Then modify the template to suit your needs. You won't lose your changes when you upgrade the plugin. Note that this template file is also used by our WooEvents Pro ticketing plugin, if you have that installed. So if you currently sell tickets, or might do so in the future, be careful to take that into consideration when modifying the template.

How do I customize the calendar CSS, widget CSS, and other event CSS?

Copy /assets/css/ignitewoo_events.css into your theme directory into a subdirectory called "ignitewoo_events". Example: Copy /assets/css/ignitewoo_events.css to wp-content/themes/YOUR-THEME-DIR/ignitewoo_events/ignitewoo_events.css. AND copy /assets/css/widgets.css to wp-content/themes/YOUR-THEME-DIR/ignitewoo_events/widgets.css

Then modify the CSS to suit your needs.

What is the text domain for translators?

The text domain is "ignitewoo_events"

The file name should be ignitewoo_events-en_US.mo where en_US is your langauge indicator.

Place your language files in the wp-content/languages subdirectory.

Requires: 3.5.1 or higher
Compatible up to: 3.9.1
Last Updated: 2014-5-1
Downloads: 12,901

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Support

2 of 4 support threads in the last two months have been resolved.

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